On March 31 I reported a bizarre story that I thought was worth printing but very questionable. I print many stories for discussion. As a truth seeker I enjoy the ideas and I have more faith in people to uncover the truth than the lapdog media.
Although the odds seemed infinitesimally small, it was being reported that a transmission came out of Diego Garcia from Philip Wood, a passenger on Malaysian Flight 370.
Since that time my belief of that Malaysian airliner actually landing in, or having something to do with, Diego Garcia has gone from extremely unlikely to where it stands now. I now believe that this is as good of a possibility as any that have been discussed. But that does not mean I believe it. I am simply open to the possibility.
The more information I have uncovered, the more it seems to be possible. About a week ago I reported that Philip Wood’s girlfriend believed that the plane was intact and the passengers were alive. She was told that the missing jet had a military escort. If true, that would also explain a lot.
I can’t see Philip Wood being alive, however. If he really had anything to do with the transmission that allegedly came from Diego Garcia, he is surely dead now. Anyone corrupt enough to hold him as a prisoner would not be happy about him trying to compromise their position.
All of this stuff is interesting but very circumstantial. Up until now I have talked about this, and will continue to talk about this, as a possibility. What I am about to share proves nothing but seems to fit with the Diego Garcia story line.
My belief is that you can, sometimes, get more truth out of the information that the media ignores than you can from the information that they report, and this may be one of those times. Last night I received an email about a report from a website in Maldives that I was previously unaware of.
Let me share an excerpt from an article on Haveeru Online (English Version):
Residents of the remote Maldives island of Kuda Huvadhoo in Dhaal Atoll have reported seeing a “low flying jumbo jet” on the morning of the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.Whilst the disappearance of the Boeing 777 jet, carrying 239 passengers has left the whole world in bewilderment, several residents of Kuda Huvadhoo told Haveeru on Tuesday that they saw a “low flying jumbo jet” at around 6:15am on March 8.They said that it was a white aircraft, with red stripes across it – which is what the Malaysia Airlines flights typically look like.Eyewitnesses from the Kuda Huvadhoo concurred that the aeroplane was travelling North to South-East, towards the Southern tip of the Maldives – Addu. They also noted the incredibly loud noise that the flight made when it flew over the island.
“I’ve never seen a jet flying so low over our island before. We’ve seen seaplanes, but I’m sure that this was not one of those. I could even make out the doors on the plane clearly,” said an eyewitness.
Kuda Huvadhoo is a little less than 700 miles North (slightly NNE) of Diego Garcia. If the plane were flying SE then it was not on a direct course for Diego Garcia but it was headed in the general direction and there is not much else in that direction. It is nothing that a slight course adjustment would not have fixed.
If the plane were flying low, as stated by the locals, then it might explain why it “disappeared” from radar. The red stripes that were mentioned prove nothing but as stated it is common with Malaysia Airlines.
So why was this story buried? Why were multiple residents of a remote island in Maldives not taken seriously?
It could be that the story is not deemed credible. There is no proof of the significance of the alleged sighting. But it isn’t much different than the unproven ideas seen in the mainstream media. They are backed by circumstantial evidence at best. The biggest difference is that on CNN.com a story can be a “theory.” On DC Clothesline, or any alternative site, it is labeled a “conspiracy theory.”
Other than the report of a Maldives news site we have nothing. But that can be a sign of truth rather than a definite reason to dismiss a story. In this case we don’t know what to think.
However, if you do not understand that mainstream media sources are puppets of governments then you need to do some research into media false flags. It could simply be that this story would disrupt the media/government agenda that is currently in play.
It also bears noting that the pilot of MH370, Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, had a Diego Garcia flight plan programmed into his home flight simulator. You aren’t seeing that reported in many places either.
As of now we still have no real proof that MH370 landed in Diego Garcia. If it did land there we will likely never have proof that is beyond circumstantial. I would not bet my life on any of this. But it is odd that the story from Maldives hasn’t seemed to make it beyond the reach of alternative media.
Again, as I have said before, the one thing that I believe about Flight 370 is that, in 2014, it is ridiculous that this plane could disappear without someone knowing where it landed or crashed.
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